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Carter P74126

Carter EFI In-Tank Electric Fuel Pump for 1990-1992 Chevy Lumina

180-P74126

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$61.99
Carter EFI In-Tank Electric Fuel Pump for 1990-1992 Chevy Lumina $61.99
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EFI In-Tank Electric Fuel Pump
  • 1990-1992 Chevy Lumina
  • Carter P74126 Details

    GM

    Specifications:

    Position
    In-Tank
    Sending Unit Included
    No
    Free Flow Rate
    Stock
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Inlet Size
    Stock
    Outlet Size
    Stock
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    P74126

    Carter in-tank efi fuel pumps are ideal for engines with larger than stock injectors, larger throttle bodies or any other modifications that causes high-rpm fuel starvation. Carter in-tank pumps can see up to a 25% volume increase over stock pumps and it are a direct replacement for the OEM in-tank pump. Includes all necessary installation components and instructions.

    Features:

    • Direct OEM Replacement
    • Increased Output
    • Durable and Long Lasting Design

    Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations

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